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You mean the Curiously Conspicuous Magical MacGuffin of Pointless Plot? It's been a while since I read the books, but I don't remember a reason why he had to die in that particular way. Perhaps there was some thematic point that I've since forgotten.

What's so weird about it is that the veil feels like a metaphor for death except it's actually a physical object left unguarded in the Department of Mysteries. Sirius is hit by an unknown spell (they made it the killing curse in the movie) and is knocked back into it. The only way we have any reason to believe that this has killed him is because everyone insists to Harry that this is the case. If there's some greater reason its existence then I have no idea what it is.

The 5th book is the worst imo behind the philosophers stone.

I absolutely agree. There are simply far too many instances of ALL CAPS Harry for my liking, and the irrational teenage angst is something that becomes less endearing over time. There's stuff in The Order of the Phoenix that I like, including The Order itself. It is a bit silly though that pretty much every sympathetic adult figure in Harry's life is part of a secret anti-Voldemort spy club.

Didn't Sirius also have a brother who wasn't a complete asshoke slytherin?

Regulus. Unfortunately we never get to learn much about him. All we know is that he was tempted by Voldemortian extremism as a teenager until he changed his mind, found out the location of the locket horcrux, and promptly died.

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